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is estimated as a depth of 33 kilometers in the pa sick ocean. >>> apple and samsung's patent work continues all over the world. in japan a tokyo court has rejected the u.s. high tech giant's argument that its south korean rival violated its patents. apple filed a lawsuit against samsung electronics japan arguing that samsung infringed on its patents this what is called synchronization technology. this allows the transfer of data from other computers to smartphones other other tablet computers. the judge dismissed apple's claim on friday. he said that the two firms use different mechanisms to compare files in the process of synchronization. apple and samsung are suing each other over their patents in ten nations. this is first ruling by a japanese court on the patent dispute. the tokyo court is now weighing cases involving other patents with the two companies. apple in japan did not give a formal statement on the ruling. however, a company spokesperson said that the ruling covered just one of the contested patents and does not mean the u.s. firm lost the entire case in japan. it also cited a
the two countries. >>> south korea's samsung electronics may add apple's new iphone 5 to a patent infringement lawsuit against the u.s. tech giant. document released by a californ court say samsung believes apple's latest smartphone violates its patents. the iphone 5 goes on sale friday. analysts say the case hinge on a high-speed wireless communications proe s protocol s lte or 4-g. apple is using the technology in its new device. samsung owns patents related to lte implementation. the korean company says it plans to study the iphone 5 thoroughly before making a decision. in a separate patent lawsuit last month, a cifora federal ju ruled in favor of apple. it ordered samsung to pay over $1 billion in damages. a samsung official told n hnhk y are protecting their intellectual property. samsung was accused of hindering market competition. >>> let's check on the markets. the u.s. markets ended mixed. the dow industrial average ended up 0.1% at 13,596. that's the highest level in four years and nine months. while the nasdaq ended lower by 0.2%. earlier, european markets ended lower o
, it is still trying to catch up. rival samsung's share in the last quarter was 32% that compares with 17% for apple. finland's nokia and u.s.-maced motorolla are also providing serious competition. experts say they expect initial sales of the iphone 5 to be high. but over the long term they're not sure. >> first of all, iphone users will be shifting to iphone 5. that is the biggest loyalty they have. but the question is -- how iphone 5 would affect the other phones, or maybe new devices like microsoft's window 8 phones. iphone is supposed to be the biggest one then that might change the game of, of android/iphone. >> the launch of 5 will likely give apple a boost. the company hopes sales will help it become the leader in the global smartphone market. >>> and another apple related story. south korea's samsung lech troing maze add the apple iphone 5 to a patent infringement lawsuit against the tech giant. documents released say samsung believes the smartphone violates its patents. the case hinges on a high speed wireless protocol, lte, or 4 g. apple using the technology in its new device.
comedy club. how you can take home a piece of the purple onion. >>> samsung strikes back questions about jury conduct in the patent trial with apple. >> first technology news. >>> complaints about the iphone 5, some say phones arrived with scratches on cases, reports of problems connecting to wifi networks some say it is too light. the map app, consumer reports says it is disappointing but expects it to get better. steve woz wodz says the problems aren't -- steve wozniak says the problems aren't that bad. groupon acquired -- bike helmet can call for help if you are in an accident. an add-on works with with a smartphone app to detect a crash it will sound an alarm if the rider doesn't the shut it off the app reports the every time someone chooses finish over cascade, it sparks a movement. look ! no ugly spots ! and see that shine ! you've got to try finish. because once they try finish, they can't keep it to themselves. i'm switching for good. wow ! awesome ! finish is seriously good. cannot believe how great it works. incredible shine. i won't use anything else. love, love, love finish !
in california rejected samsung electronic request to lift a ban on sales of tablet computers. the court said the issue should be taken up at a federal appellate court. this came after the court's decision in june to temporarily ban sales of samsung's galaxy tab 10.1. the ruling was in favor of apple. which claimed samsung vie lated its pat enter. last month a jury at the same court decided samsung did not infringe apple's patents. however the verdict said the firm did violate the rival smartphone patents. in the legal battle between apple and samsung, international trade commission, u.s. trade panel ruled in favor of apple last week. >>> meanwhile, apple shares have topped $700, for the first time. on expectations the new iphone 5 will boost the firm's earnings. shares of the u.s. technology giant closed at $701.19 on the nasdaq tuesday. the iphone 5 will go on sale friday in several countries including the united states and japan. the company says preorders in the first 24 hours were double the figure for the previous version. apple shares have advanced 73% since the beginning of this year.
phone 5 versus the samsung galaxy s 3. >> we're trying to bring you the most realistic possible drop test. we're going to drop it out of the pocket as we've pulled the device out. from there we're going to drop it from about four feet high and lastly we're going to let it slip out of the hand at 5 foot six. >> first the iphone. drops, it gets a scratch. pretty much the same thing happens to the samsung. let's move to four feet. everything still works. for the ghe galaxy it has more cracks on the samsung. 5'6" there is a clear winner. >> the glass is still intact which is key. >> watch what happens to the samsung here. >> broke apart. >> that's the case coming apart. see what happens to the phone. >> basically the samsung got owned by the iphone 5. >> i'm glad people do stuff like this because i want to know what i'm buying, is it going to survive. >> the iphone 5 held up well during the drop test. >>> i don't do this often but it's time for a call to action from the four of you and all of our viewers. attempt to save a group of human beings, apparently only 400 of them left in the world.
other spectrum deals like t-mobile is going to get some verizon spectrum. the other is the same-samsung case. apple won a huge patent infringement case against samsung. the bottom line is samsung hag to rethink its products in order not to violate the case. now android devices and other companies have to take seriously whether or not they're infringing on other technologies. >> this is after congress just overhauled the patent laws for the first time in 60 years, and that was just last year. so, it remains to be seen whether there's going to be a move to -- on the hill to look at the patent issue again. certainly i think that some lawmakers are concerned about the apple-samsung case in that if the ruling stands and if apple is able to get injunction against samsung devices will be pulled off store shelves. we leave in a country that we not only like our nifty new devices but we want the cheap knockoffs, too. so, i mean, that's one of the realities. and if it becomes a trade war, if the patent war becomes a trade war you may see more interventions by the hill. >> i'd be surprised if devi
, but the other is apple/samsung case. apple won a huge patent infringement case, a billion dollars in damages. the bottom line is samsung will have to rethink how it constructs its products, and this is really some of the pat tent issues that we've had coming to a head. and we don't know how that's going to effect the future of device creation and design because now android devices and other companies are going to have to think very seriously whether or not they're infringing on other technologies. >> guest: this was after congress just overhauled the patent laws for the first time in, i think, 60 years. um, and that was just last year. so it remains to be seen whether there's going to be a move to, on the hill to look at, um, the patent issue again. certainly, um, i think that some lawmakers are concerned about the apple/samsung case in that, um, if the ruling stands and if apple is able to get injunctions against samsung devices, will they be pulled off of store shelves? i mean, we live in a country that we not only like our nifty new devices, but we want the cheap knockoffs too, so, i mean
high speed internet at his home. samsung filed court papers alleging the apple and samsung case says they should not have brought their own expert into the deliberations. he did use his own experience in obtaining his patented to better understand the case and use that experience to explain what was going to other jurors. samsung says jurors shouldn't bring personal experience into the jury room. they should rely on the evidence presented. >>> thank you. time to take it outside and check on the summer forecast. it feels like summer, christina loren. >> it feels like summer. i'm looking at every single long-range model and variation i can find and everything tells me the heat wave will not break until the end of next week. starting with the live look an sunol. we had clouds to cool us off this morning. we will see less and less of the cloud cover to start. a lot of sunshine means temperatures will be hot. we have some fog out there still. mostly banked up against the east shore which is why you are cooler in oakland than san francisco. 60 in oakland. 62 in san francisco. just three de
year. nevada and florida have already given their approval. >>> samsung electronics released its latest smartphone. galaxy note 2 in south korea. this comes amid more intense competition worldwide, especially from its main rival apple. the new model comes with a stylus, it lets users write letters and draw pictures on its 5 1/2 inch screen. the hand set is also expected to be released in 128 other countries including japan. samsung had initially planned to begin sales of the galaxy note 2 in early october. but it launched the handset ahead of schedule, apparently after apple launched its iphone 5 last week. samsung is reportedly aiming to gain an edge over apple by adding more new models to its smartphone lineup. >>> south career's leader these -- he spoke and an armed forces ceremony wednesday in the south province. he said that differents of opinions in territorial claims. another issue is a row between japan and china over the islands. the south korean leader called for building stronger armed forces. the leaders of japan and columbia are pushing for stronger economic times. they gav
's on the defense because it's competing very tough competition from the likes of samsung, which makes more handset -- most smartphones than any other companies in the world and the competition is really heating up and it had those recent patent battles between apple and samsung. apple won but the experts have been telling me that because of these big technology battle, at the end of the day, the winner will be you and i, the consumer. >> if you really want to beat apple, try something totally different. trying to beat apple at what it's doing, we think that samsung, what they want to do is they want to try and go a different direction. so offer a consumer a truly unique choice. >> there are 10 million to be sold in each week and this will be such a popular device it could add a quarter to half a percent of u.s. g.d.p., economic growth. one launch. >> you seem to suggest that apple might be the big winner. >> indeed. [laughter] >> people in the netherlands are going to the polls after a campaign dominated by the financial crisis in the eurozone. the two main parties are pretty much neck and neck. c
of the apple samsung trial debating what it means for the future of the smart phone and if the jury made the right decision. speaking of the guy who attended nearly every day of testimony and sat through more than 100 pages of jury instruction the most interesting thing to me was the fact that nine jurors picked at random from the community could tackle an issue that divides even the experts especially considering the matter at hand was opaque and at times down right boring. bell hogan served as jury foreman at the trial. there was one point in which judge lucy co had you guys stand up and shake around like a class because she said i need you people to stay conscious. she was being serious because 100 pages of jury instruction was tough stuff. >> right. what the average person who is seeing all the hype in the media doesn't realize, what you realize is that we did hear that. that was before the closing arguments were allowed to be given. she read that to us and then gave us copies of it. >> i recall a reporter saying you didn't read it. you were read all the instructions. my point is tha
. the good news, temperatures in the mid 70's. >> cell phone wars, google and samsung battle it out in court over patents. how does that affect or benefit you as the consumer? that's coming up next. caffeine and kids, not always a great combination. the dangerous effects it can have on your child, still ahead. first, a look at events around town. >> a feature on the new iphone 5 has a lot of people upset, the new charger issue, because millions of people have to spend more to make it work with older devices. the the 5 will have an eight-pin connector, different than the 30-pin version that's standard since 2003. apple calls the connector a lightning. it's causing quite a shock. >> i think they did it on purpose. >> the short run is, yeah, there's a hit you might have to take if you want to use your old products with the new, new phone. >> apple says the smaller connector is necessary for a thinner device and judging from preorders, millions don't seem to be minding to pay that price. excitement is building for the new iphone 5, not expected to hit store shelves until friday but lines forming
. >> you will win, just be patient. >>> samsung scored a victory today against apple technology. a judge in tokyo dismissed a claim from apple that samsung violated their patent. it was a similar case to the one in san jose. >>> a private fun yal service was held for kneel armstrong. as many as ten astronauts were expected to attend. a national memorial service is set for december 12th >>> the petaluma little league team had some big league fans cheering for them tonight. the petaluma nationals got a round of app mraus from the oakland a's. they got to work out with the a's tonight. they're families were invited to watch the game from a box. >>> it is friday night, time for high school football game of the week. to want's match uptakes us to san rna moan. kneel fonzi is at the game chosen by viewers. >> high heather. this is a match up between teams that are powers in their leagues. we talked to pittsburgh coach and he said he knows his team needs to step up this week. >> this is our first big test. we're almost mirror images because we're both a physical team and we have the same c
time, samsung is planning to add to the list of devices they say infringe on its patents. >>darya: at the very time we are monitoring iphone 5 5, like barry has a blackout to deal with. europe and africa is having service interruptions. the company has posted on twitter and facebook that they're working to fix the problem. >> wal-mart is joining targets amiable longer sell the amazon kindle. >> licht said the markets this morning as we keep an eye on trading. 47 forest. the s&p index nasdaq are also 47 forest. the s&p index nasdaq are also tradinsave up to 35% on a huge selection of clearance mattresses. get 2 years interest-free financing on tempur-pedic. sleep train's inventory clearance sale is on now! ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ for pfft for from brabant ibidem reason santa rosa. i will tell you where the temperatures are headed. let's get a check our traffic. >>erica: we're starting to see some slowing on northbound 101 approaching the 87 major change traffic on 87 is moving pretty well for the most part. a quick check on bay area freeways, still sluggis
. >> with samsung may be ready to with another lawsuit. let's go to bloomberg york cityrs in new for linda bell. the wait is over for the iphone 5. it's already in the hands of fans in sydney and hong kong. apple generates two thirds of its profits from the iphone. sun is looking to crashed the party. samsung makes use apple of patent infringement lawsuit over the new iphone. case may not go to trial until 2014, so don't worry. not likely to affect the availability. timeican airlines, its on- has tumbled to 54%, on a pilot shortage and increasing.issues baltimore washington pace toional is on the busiestitle as the d.c. baltimore area this year. a spokesperson attributes this to record trafficke passengers] record passenger traffic. back to you. >> thank you. robin roberts is recovering this following her bone marrow transplant. the surgery was to treat a rare disorder. some friends came over from the to visit after the will be all that for quite awhile. later today on gnma we will get doctor androm her will discuss the colleagues hospital room yesterday. later today on gma. >> it is 58 degrees
. it is with taking a look at. the attention to detail is very impressive. >> it comes as samsung the topped global sales of 20 million units for its samsung galaxy siii. >> when you say 20 million galaxy funds, would be a disaster for apple. >> some forecasted sales of 50 million units by year's end. while reviews of the new devices -- bigger screens, lighter weight, faster processors were mostly positive -- some where left waiting. >> when it happens, while apple still be able to pull the trigger and wow us? >> that way it takes a backseat to an immediate one. --that weight takes a backseat. >> people really want those phones. >> the strike at baltimore's ports is averted for now. a big day for apple. samsung may be ready to hit it with another big losses. -- big lawsuit. >> we have another day down. it is i found five days. it is already in the hands of fans on the other side of the world in sydney and hong kong. a lot riding on this. samsung is looking to crash the party. they may accuse apple of another patent infringement on the phone. that case may not go to trial until at least 2014. it is
're not going to miss all this? nah, i got the samsung gs3 now. is that a samsung? that's the new samsung. it is... it's pretty cool. i kinda like it. this one's 4g. yeah, we've had that for a while. this one's got a big screen. yeah, this one has a bigger one. and we can share videos instantly. you can watch a video while you're sending an email. well we're going to get that, for sure... ... maybe not this time, but the next time, right? vo: the next big thing is already here. the samsung galaxy s3. but between check-ups tartar builds. keep it clean with new listerine® ultraclean™. it's the only mouthwash with a new tartar control formula for a dentist clean feeling. ahhhhhhhh. [ male announcer ] new listerine® ultraclean™. power to your mouth™. ♪ get wild with my friends ♪ i've got your love ♪ you've got my love ♪ oh oh oh oh oh oh ♪ give a little heart, give a little love ♪ ♪ we can live it up, need a little help ♪ ♪ i'll be there ♪ me and my friends the shops at target. four exclusive collections to fall for. i'm--i'm so sorry. - he's probably from the same unit t
's it going? saved you a spot! i've moved on. you're not going to miss all this? nah, i got the samsung gs3 now. is that a samsung? that's the new samsung. it is... it's pretty cool. i kinda like it. this one's 4g. yeah, we've had that for a while. this one's got a big screen. yeah, this one has a bigger one. and we can share videos instantly. you can watch a video while you're sending an email. well we're going to get that, for sure... ... maybe not this time, but the next time, right? vo: the next big thing is already here. the samsung galaxy s3. >> he can make a woman cringe just by entering the room. he owns five different styles of fedora. when he orders at starbucks, he always gives a fake name. he claims he dated a model. but her only modeling work was an ad for her dad's car dealership. and they never had sex. he can sort of break-dance. and he accidentally sent a photo of his penis to the guy who just delivered his chinese food. he is the son of the most interesting man in the world. >> i don't often drink beer. but when i do, i prefer tres equis. it's one equis better than my dad'
of the purple onion. >>> samsung strikes back questions it is raising about jury conduct in the patent >>> the legal battle between apple and samsung turns a new page. samsung filed papers asking the one billion dollar judgment for copyright infringement be set aside. samsung wants a new trial claiming jury misconduct. apple wants another 535 million dollars in damages, plus permanent injunction barring samsung from selling more than two dozen models of smartphones and tablets. the federal trial judge scheduled a december hearing to consider all motions from both sides. >>> san francisco's purple onion is getting ready to sell 51 years of memorabilia today now the landmark comedy club is shutting down. 100 went to the purple onion last night for the final show. a place where legends once performs. business in recent years has not been good enough to stay open. one of the dozens of comedians who took the stage for the last time says it is a big loss. >> smothers brothers had a famous album here, richard pryor, lenny bruce, it has been around forever and there is no place like this >> gr
than a week ago. >> as apple capitalizes on its iphone sales, its battle with tech maker samsung appears far from over. cnbc's shartia brantley is live with that story and more. >> many go, eun. >>> the battle between apple and samsung continues. both sides are unhappy with the $1 billion verdict that found samsung infringed on the technology used in apple's iphones and ipads. samsung is asking the judge to amend or toss out the jury's august 24th ruling. apple says samsung's infringement was deliberate and is seeking another $700 million in damages and interest. the two are set to see a federal judge at a december 6th hearing. >>> and facebook is under the gun again. financial magazine "barrons" remains firm on the stock and says it's worth less than $15 a year. more and more users are using the social network on mobile devices, and the company is still figuring out how to monetize those mobile ads. facebook stock is down 40% since its ipo price of $38 back in may. >>> "modern family" continued its reign at this year's 64th annual primetime emmy awards. the show won four statues
and samsung is heading back to court. cnbc's bertha coombs is live with that story and more. bertha, good morning. >> did you see last week as samsung was running the commercials as the iphone 5 was launching? these guys hate each other. >>> the battle continues in the courts, and both sides are unhappy with the $1 billion verdict that found samsung infringed on the technology used in apple's iphones and ipads. samsung is calling on the judge to amend or actually just toss out the jury's august 24th ruling. apple says samsung's infringement was deliberate and is seeking another $700 million in damages and interest. the two are set to see a federal judge at a december hearing on the 6th of december. >>> meantime, facebook is under the gun again. financial magazine "barron's" remains negative on the stock, saying it's still overpriced at $23 a share. probably worth $15 a share according to barron's. more and more facebook users are using facebook on mobile devices like iphones, and the company is still trying to figure out how to monetize mobile ads. facebook stock down 40% since its ipo pr
in anticipation that they would get the iphone 51st. it could mean this is of horizon to entrap. cheryl: samsung's and all that. this removes a big competitive issue. samsung has been coming up against them. >> apple also switched suppliers. there were getting chips and stuff from samsung. now ms. britney earlier today that they're getting rid of samsung. that has to impart the fallout from apple winning a billion dollars patent infringement verdict against samsung coming out with i funds and ipads. that was the ripple effect continuing. that i found five for 4g is kind of interesting to begin to wonder whether it will benefit verizon. the first to get the iphone. at&t. rising debt second. cheryl: at&t. helping them catapult. cheryl: in the desk -- the exclusivity deal. >> reports that at&t paid a billion dollars for that list as a first-rate. have to wonder whether verizon and some moving ahead of at&t because of that 40 feature. cheryl: what's interesting, apple is one of those companies that really seems to defy any bad economy, no matter if you're rich, poor, whenever. everyone wants an ipho
won a major court ruling after a federal jury in california found that samsung infringed on software and design patents related to mobile devices. apple was awarded $1 billion in damages, and it is now seeking a ban on many of those samsung devices. at the same time, the competition has only grown more fierce. last week, amazon unveiled new versions of its kindle, including the kindle fire hd tablet, seen as a direct competitor to apple's ipad. >> the all-new kindle fire h.d. >> brown: companies like nokia, motorola and sony have also touted new product releases. the biggest battle for the future may be between apple and google, which provides its android operating platform to more than 65% of smartphones around the world. in today's launch, apple fired at least one very targeted shot promoting its own maps app on the new iphone 5 in place of the popular google maps. for more about these battles in the tech world, we turn to: cecilia kang of the "washington post"; and charles golvin, an analyst with forrester research. set the scene for us. as the new iphone comes out, what is the po
, with the samsung galaxy. who is winning the smart phone battle? what's the best product? we'll ask robert stovall. is now a good time to buy a home or rent? depends on where you live says one of our real estate watchers. i'm not so sure of that. buys because of the tax break. mitt romney gives to charity, 4 million to be precise, but that's totally ignored by the mainstream media which focuses only on his tax rate. my focus at the end of the show. and chime in at and that's how you reach us. it's monday morning and i have the 7 early movers. tivo settles patent litigation with verizon. watch out verizon time warner cable now carries nfl network and red zone and green mountain coffee took a hit after a rival shows a single serve kief maker. very little changed. the truck maker quest corps says it was invested by the government over promotional practices and it's down 32%. citigroup downgraded u.s. steel from neutral to buy, not much, but a 3% drop. and also downgraded ak steel. downgraded to sell from a neutral. that's a downgrade. and their stock is also down. drug maker pe
in their ongoing battle. the products were released after august of last year. and include the samsung galaxy x-3. it was ruled that samsung copied the critical features of the ipod and ipad. >>> clint eastwood is still all the buz tonight. president obama's team was quick to respond to eastwood's unique performance at last night's republican convention. here is the photo that was tweeted out after eastwood's meandering speech. the caption? this seat's saen. the he actor was supposed to talk for five minutes and he went a bit rogue and spoke 12 minutes. the speech sent the twitter verse reeling, and there's now a twitter account called invisible obama. >>> it's as if the star aligned. a blue moon is lighting up the sky the same day that neil armstrong was laid to rest. the last blue moon was in 2010, the next won won't happen until 2015. armstrong, as you well know, was the first man to walk on the moon. his family made a simple request last week, the next time you see the moon smiling down at you, think of him and give him a wink. >> and we are looking at that beautiful moon tonight. we have the
that apple sales of $8 million in the next three months. samsung, the biggest competitor to apple actually paid twitter a lot of money, to be on the top of the page when anyone searches for the cops apple. and samsung said " we don't wait to release the next big thing ". speaking of, it will take pre orders this friday and shipments start friday after that. >> i guess that we have to wait ... >> but only a few more days. >> good timing for you, didn't your iphone for a break? >> it is getting there. >> the link between drinking too much in your list for a stroke. >> a royal buzz in asia, the fans a break hot weather to see prince william and kate on tour. >> a south bay mayor cited for traffic violation, the mistake that he made on his way to work. >> the coast is not clear. we have clouds at the coast but the clearing, and when you can,, >> back to the top story, americans are mourning the death of the u.s. ambassador chris stevens. he and four others were killed in an attack on the consulate in libya, he spent much of his childhood right here in the bay area. >> he went on to attend law
-stains on -- the apple-same sun case where if it stands, apple will be able to get an injunction to pull some samsung products off of shelves. we want the real device, but we want the norcross, too. that is the reality. -- we want the knock-offs, too. that is the reality. it could become a trade war on the hill. >> i would be surprised if devices actually got pulled from the shelves. things are changing so quickly and by the time samsung appeals and this gets out of the court, these devices will be three generations old and they will not be on the shelves any more anyway. >> the iphone fight is apparently supposed to come out next week -- the iphone 5 is apparently supposed to come out next week. maybe we have already moved on. >> what did you want to talk about? >> net neutrality was a hot topic at the conventions as well. we thought it had been resolved by the sec. although, there is this lingering court case. verizon and metro pcs are challenging the net neutrality rules in court. that case probably will not go to trial until the end of the year or early next year. there was a lot of rhetoric agai
. sales of the current phone are strong, but did you know the company lost its lead to samsung. samsung sales surged thanks to the galaxy s-iii which sold in june. meantime, amazon, nokia and motorola have tried to steal the spotlight from apple by debuting products. >> tried to steal the spotlight. >>> still ahead, a warning from palo alto police after a spike in burglaries there. >>> and vintage planes are racing through the sky in reno. what's changed this year at the air race. >>> and the train in yosemite is an historic landmark. we will check it out. >>> and we are near triple digit heat as we kick off thursday. lots to talk about in the full bay area weather forecast. >>> right now, we are following breaking news. it is under way in southern california. this is video in the newsroom of the police chase happening near downtown los angeles. as police pursue an alleged armed bank robber. you can see the black suv makes its way in and out of surface streets. this is near downtown los angeles. police say there may be multiple suspects in the vehicle. as we have been watching this unfo
you. >> i did what i could. >>> the administration tackles china. down goes samsung. it's lost, there's a reward, but you probably don't want to find it. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus what happened to one of the most be loved family movies of all time wasn't so be loved this weekend. >>> coming up, the biggest upset of the season, the best hair dmut the nfl and coaches gone wild. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back to "early today." i'm veronica de la cruz. here are some of your top headlines this morning. union teachers are still on strike in chicago and will meet on tuesday to consider a proposed contract offer. mayor rahm emanuel will try to get a court order for what he calls an illegal strike. >>> for the first time it's been confirmed that the fighting in syria's civil war involves members of iran's military. the commander of iran's revolutionary guard says his forces are providing nonmilitary assistance, but says iran would get directly involved if syria came under attack. >>> a roougs sigh russian capsule landed safely in kazakh
no wires to hide. has the samsung wireless audio dock on sale. $149.99. that's a 25% savings. and free shipping. you can listen to your music library using your apple ipod or iphone or a compatible samsung galaxy mobile phone and delivers ten watts total system power and you connect through bluetooth but there are limited quantities available online. if you have an offer you've seen or if you're a local merchant with a deal for our viewers, i would love to hear from you on facebook. i'm jessica doyle, 9news now. >>> we are supposed to stop for school buses but not everyone does. a new study says that montgomery county leads maryland in the number of school bus stop violations. in one day the department of education says 494 drivers ignored the stop arm of school buses. so montgomery county has installed cameras on a number of buses in order to catch violators. in frederick county, maryland, ten school buses are now equipped the cameras, our greg guise shows us how they work and they're designed to protect our youngsters. >> reporter: bus driver jody jackson sees dangerous beh
% this year, heading towards 700 million units. >>> samsung electronics dominates the market. the u.s. research firm says samsung's share in the last quarter was 32.6%, compares with 16.9% for apple. managers at apple hope to boost their share with this latest model. but the competition is getting tougher. nokia and u.s. firms are all coming out with faster phones with bigger screens. >>> the u.s. central bank will announce the outcome of its two-day policy board meeting on thursday. this will be followed by a news conference by the chairman, ben bernanke. the market focus is on whether the federal reserve will launch a third round of easing, dubbed qe-3. the jobless rate is high at the 8% level. bernanke repeatedly said the fed stand ready to take adegs e add measures. and short term interest rates at close to zero until late 2014. now many analysts expect that the period of traultralow rates might be extended further. for more insight we spoke with ethan harris, bank of america, merrill lynch global research. he thinks the fed will show its determination, that it is red to do what
to get rid of them. >> reporter: apple's win over samsung last week is expected to have a big impact on what future android phones look like. it probably won't look like i- phones but the court ruling already having an impact on the resale market. market reports that resale prices reason android phones falling as owners of the phones are suddenly offering their models foresail. a 50% increase in trade ins in the past week. customers uncertain about the future of android phones and upgrades, some worry they won't be able to double tap on apps or zoom in on photographs we. >> we had a problem there. samsung and others insist that they are here to say no matter what and current phone owners won't loose features. some are deciding to unload phones now and buy the next i- phone. that's another victory for apple. >>> what is left of isaac has knocked out power to thousands in arkansas, left flooding in louisiana and mississippi, neighborhoods were left under water in some areas as the floodwaters continue to rise. at least four were killed. we could see some of the impact of th
-off. there is competition from samsung. >>pam: there's also the lawsuit with samsung. >>pam: some analysts have been predicting that the release of the new phone will be such a huge event that it would help to lift the u.s. economy. >> when fedex is delivering it, when we are buying it, the components to go inside, we go shopping on amazon wants to get the phone, it is a big-ticket item. at&t and verizon have to subsidize the phones in and give money to apple. >>pam: and this is the second major of that sense steve jobs planned on. tam cooks expertise has always been about components. this phone is a consultant many units and the next 10 days it gives them more room to ended a the low bid further. >>pam: de think tv is what is next? >> the tv does not have to be. you can now make reservations on the apple iphone. everyone is kind of stealing from each other. the chinese keep secrets. >>pam: ahead at 5:00 p.m., new details about a man who killed a chp officer during a traffic stop, where investigators think he was heading before the deadly confrontation. some aerosols may just mix with them. can
doll begins game. >> apple sued samsung and won. now it wants even more in its international patents dispute. and someone has a problem with punching -- pumpkins. the destruct that neighbors can't understand. and taking a live look outside, warmer temperatures are headed our way >> alan: samsung says it will fight to keep its products on u.s. shelves. they're accusing apple of trying to limit consumer choice. last month a jury in san jose found samsung copied apples did he sign innovations and apple is asking a federal court to ad four mother of its rival products including the galaxy s3 smart phone. samsung says it will take necessary legal measures to make sure its products are available for american consumers. >>> in just about two weeks apple is expected to announce the next iphone, and already the rumors are flying. jonathan bloom has a look. >> photos have started appearing like this one from the blog, showing bits and pieces of what could apple's next iphone. these are usually leaked photos from overseas. >> they get this from suppliers in asia that are building parts. >> this
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